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Vodafone sets up new Group Enterprise unit

Friday 30 November 2012 | 17:32 CET | News

Vodafone Group has announced the creation of a new Group Enterprise unit, effective from 1 January 2013. Nick Jeffery, currently CEO of Cable & Wireless Worldwide (CWW) will be appointed Group Enterprise Director responsible for the new unit. He will report to Group CEO Vittorio Colao. The new unit will have four vertical teams reporting into Jeffery as follows: Vodafone Global Enterprise, Vodafone Carrier Services, Machine-to-Machine solutions and Hosting and Cloud Services. These teams will be full worldwide business units with presence in 50 countries. They will be supported by dedicated Enterprise Channels and Sales Operations, as well as Enterprise Products and Marketing teams to provide standardised processes, tools, platforms and products across the Enterprise unit.

From 01 January 2013, Vodafone will start the merger process of the following operations - CWW’s UK-based enterprise businesses with Vodafone’s UK-based enterprise businesses; CWW’s international businesses, Carrier Services, Hosting and Cloud Services, and product activity with the newly created Group Enterprise unit; CWW’s Customer Service with Vodafone UK’s Customer Operations; CWW’s Finance, Human Resources, and Legal and Regulatory activity with those of Vodafone UK; and CWW Technology with Group Technology. The creation of a Group Enterprise unit and acceleration of CWW’s integration will allow Vodafone to build its strength in the Enterprise segments.

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Categories: Fixed / Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Cable & Wireless Worldwide / Vodafone Group / Vodafone UK
Countries: World
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